Karnataka KMAT Seat Allotment 2023

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Karnataka KMAT Seat Allotment

Every shortlisted candidate of the Karnataka Management Aptitude Test need to take part in Karnataka KMAT Seat Allotment. After getting good scores in the written exam, candidates need to book their slot for the seat allotment process. In this blog post, we have covered all the details of KMAT Seat Allotment including dates,

Exam NameKarnataka Management Aptitude Test
Level of ExamState Level
Organizing BoodyKarnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA)
Mode of ApplicationOnline
Mode of ExamOnline
Official Websitewww.kmatindia.com

KMAT Seat Allotment: Number of Seats

Thousands of people apply for admission to MBA programs in Karnataka. However, only a limited number of applicants get selected based on their application. The total number of seats offered by the Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA) for KMAT 2023 is 15,000 for the year 2023. Further, the seats are reserved for people belonging to backward classes. 

Keep in mind that candidates who belong to other states will be treated as general candidates. Local students can avail the benefits of reservation.

Reservation of Seats

In KMAT, seats are reserved for 4 backward classes. According to KMAT reservation criteria Students who belong to any of these categories will get seats reserved for their category. Refer to the table below for detailed information:

CategorySeats Reserved (In Percentage)
Scheduled Classes15
Other Backward Classes27
Person With Disabilities3
Scheduled Tribes7.5

KMAT Seat Allotment Process

According to the notification of the exam, every shortlisted candidate needs to go through the KMAT seat Allotment process. It is based on the rank secured by the candidates in the entrance examination. 

Candidates who have secured a decent rank by scoring equal to or more than a fixed cut-off, are eligible to participate in the seat allotment process. This process will be conducted in online mode. They need to submit their preferences for colleges and courses before the deadline. The allotment of seats is done based on merit and preference.

Candidates who have been allotted a seat will be required to pay the prescribed fee and confirm their admission. Those who fail to do so will forfeit their seat and will not be considered for further rounds of allotment.

Also Read: KMAT Selection Process 2023: Dates, Procedure

KMAT Seat Allotment Dates

There is no official announcement by the Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA) for the KMAT exam dates till now. However, these are some of the tentative dates for the seat allotment: 

KMAT Result releaseDecember 2023
Seat AllotmentTo be announced
Document VerificationTo be announced

Tips for KMAT Seat Allotment

As a candidate, you get shortlisted for the seat allotment process. Below, we have mentioned some tips for KMAT seat allotment. These tips will help you to complete the process easily.

  • Keep your academic documents handy at the time of applying for seat allotment.
  • Make sure you recheck your preferences before doing the final submission.
  • You may need to appear for counselling, so make sure you reach there on time so you don’t miss any event.

Also Read: KMAT Exam Pattern 2023


What is the Karnataka Management Aptitude Test?

KMAT is a computer-based test that was introduced in 2006 by the Karnataka state government. It is conducted for admission to first-year management courses in the state of Karnataka.

What is the date of the KMAT Seat allotment?

The date for seat allotment has not been announced by the official conducting body till now.

How many seats are there in the MBA programme organised by KPPGCA?

As per the official announcement, there are 15000 seats allotted in MBA programmes by KPPGCA.

How is the KMAT score calculated?

The KMAT score is calculated out of 120 marks. The total score is composed of 3 sections: Quantitative Aptitude (40 marks)
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (40 marks),
Logical Reasoning (40 marks).

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